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Where some countries' troubles are just getting started, we look to be coming out of ours here at home.
A down day in Wednesday's market doesn't tell the whole story, Cramer says.
Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Schlumberger and Longs Drug Stores popped while Home Depot and Liz Claiborne dropped.
Google CEO shares his insights on the company and the CEO of Toll Brothers explains why he is still satisfied despite the company's weak earnings. Following are today's top videos:
Stocks closed lower, hurt by rising oil prices and fresh worries about the financial sector, though the market ended off its lows for the day.
So how do you report a 34 percent drop in revenue, a 35% drop in net contracts and a nearly 20% cancellation rate and still come out as the darling of the home building analysts? Welcome to today’s housing market.
Stocks opened lower amid signs that the consumer was buying fewer goods that will cost more in the future.
The Bank of England cut its GDP forecast and said inflation might hit 5 percent, well above the target rate. Despite the inflation worries, the bet is still tilted toward the BoE cutting rates before they raise them.
Toll Brothers said quarterly home-building revenue dropped about 34 percent, less sharply than analysts were expecting, but it did not provide an earnings outlook because of the current state of the market.
Outside investment in a major bank has Cramer thinking we're ready for a turnaround.
Friday shows are the only time Cramer has a trading mentality -- the rest of the show is about investing, where it pays to be patient.
It's time for the Fast Money market midterm. Our topic is the housing market. Hope you studied because this one could be ugly!
Stocks swung to the upside as oil fell sharply on Thursday. What follows are the day's video highlights.
Real estate giants gathered in New York City on Thursday for the Bank of America Homebuilder Conference. CNBC has the highlights from the conference.
Bob Toll doesn't buy the numbers from Commerce. The CEO of Toll Bros. says there's no way new home sales are running as high as the census bean counters claim because they don't include cancellations which are still running around 30 percent.
Friday was the first day in what should be a good run in the market.
Stocks rallied to the finish Friday, led by financials and techs, as a tame core-inflation reading and lower oil helped the market end a chaotic week on a high note.
Stocks regained lost ground heading into the final hour of trade, with lower oil boosting financials and a host of other beaten-down sectors as Wall Street bid to finish a seesaw week slightly higher.
Stocks continued a solid rally Friday, boosted by falling oil prices and investors who swooped in to snatch up battered financial stocks.
Stocks finished mostly higher following a choppy trading day, though weakness in tech companies and the financials thwarted a more substantial rally.